Hillary Clinton Scrubs an Inconvenient Promise to Women From Her Website

I can’t wait until they do a feature movie on the Clinton Crime Family.

The latest plot twist comes from Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton’s campaign webpage.

The Clinton campaign has removed a pledge from its website stating that all survivors of sexual assault “have the right to be believed.”

On a page dedicated to “Campus sexual assault” on HillaryClinton.com, this passage from the Democratic presidential candidate used to be prominently featured last year: “I want to send a message to every survivor of sexual assault: Don’t let anyone silence your voice. You have the right to be heard. You have the right to be believed, and we’re with you.”

OH… whoever they hired to create that site should have maybe looked into who their client was, a bit more thoroughly.

Apparently, the scrubbing of that little nugget happened back in February, shortly after Juanita Broaddrick stepped back out of the shadows to reiterate her claims of rape against former President Bill Clinton.

When Mr. Clinton was running for the presidency, Broaddrick, along with several other women came forward to accuse the candidate of charges ranging from molestations, to outright rape, as in Broaddrick’s case.

Ms. Broaddrick claims that in 1978, when Bill Clinton was still Arkansas’ lieutenant governor, he forcibly raped her in a hotel room in Little Rock, Arkansas. At least one witness to the aftermath willingly gives testimony to back up her claims, but she kept silent, as did others, for many years.

Broaddrick has accused Hillary Clinton of enabling her husband — and of threatening her to keep her allegations against Bill Clinton silent.

“It’s important for everyone to know that Hillary Clinton is not innocent in all of the coverup and the attempted attacks on all of the women that Bill Clinton abused,” Broaddrick told Boston radio station WRKO.

This information has been open to any who wanted to do a quick internet search on the matter. Hillary Clinton’s ambitions would not be derailed by her husband’s nefarious interactions with other women. She has used her influence and office to intimidate and silence victims of sexual assault, because the facts of those assaults were inconvenient to her plans.

As far back as 1975, when Hillary defended the rapist of a 12-year old girl, she has proven to be no friend of women.

Yes, victims of sexual assault have the right to be believed, unless their attacker is married to Hillary Clinton, in which case, they have no rights, at all.